Marriage & Family Therapy
Previously named Couples and Family Therapy – name change effective Fall 2019
Marriage and Family Therapy can be added as a concentration to the MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, MEd in School Counseling or MEd in School Psychology programs, or can be taken as a stand-alone graduate certificate.
For students interested in pursuing the graduate certificate only, simply complete the online application for admission and provide a transcript showing the successful completion of a bachelor’s degree or higher and a current résumé. No admissions tests are required. A minimum 3.0 GPA is required to complete the graduate certificate.
Please Note: The graduate certificate in Couples and Family Therapy will officially change names to Marriage and Family Therapy for the 19-20 academic year. If you will be applying to the program for the Fall 2018, Spring 2019, or Summer 2019 semesters, your application will be considered for the program under the name Couples and Family Therapy. In the Summer 2019, you will have the option to change majors to fall under the Marriage and Family Therapy program name.
|CFT 5010 Foundational Methods in Couples and Family Therapy||3|
|CFT 5020 Current Issues in Couples and Family Therapy||3|
|CFT 5030 Foundations and Ethics in Couples and Family Therapy||3|
|CFT 5900 Seminar and Internship in Couples and Family Therapy||6|
Total for Marriage and Family Therapy – 15 credits
Contact Marriage and Family Therapy Program Director, Dr. Stephen Flynn, with any questions related to the MFT program or certificate.